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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUUDAY, JUNE 27, 10H THE LET II BRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE To Men Earning From to Per Week You don't have much-left after paying expenses, do you? If some misfortune' should deprive yo'iij of your income for a few months you'd probably run behind, temporarily. Now what; about your family? How would they get along if your income should be permanently, cut off by your death? Don't you 'realize that you should have at least of life assurance to provide for them .after you're gone? of course, you want the kind of assurance that's absolutely safe. And you want the "savings'bank" kind under which you don't have to''die to win." Write for free information'about, such an Imperial Life to suit your "particular Do it ycirmay be'umnsurable." THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE TORONTO J. B. Wilkie, District Manager, ilethbriije CopyrfehtlSH "Measured by actual nutritive power, there is no qtlier ration which in economj' can compare -with bread." United Slates Dept. of Agriculture Bul- letin. Sc per Loaf The best bread in the city. Be sure it has, tbe label on. All good Grocers sell it or Phone 1027 or. 378, The Baker GOVERNMENT HAD SMALL MAJORITY- ;'London, Juae Liberal gov- fcrnment's Finance bill Ipassed the House of Commons by a voto of 303 to 265. .The Laborites refrained'from toting, while tho O'Brlenites and Sir voted with tlie 'opposition. CANADIAN .BONDS ON LONDON MARKET -London, June are the Htest quotations of recent .Canadian Issues: British discount; Nova Scotia, 1% discount; Vancouver 'Se'werage, 2 discount, and Dominion of "Canada at per. A OHILD? Wflmen long for children, but lecsuw of tome curable pliynlcal dcranEraoit arc dcprhci >f thia Kieateat of all happiness. Tha women ivhoae nanws follow were restores to normal health by Lydia E. Pinkham'3 VecetQ- Compound. them about it. your Com- pountl and have'a fine, strong baby. Mrs. I JOHN MITCHELL, Mas- eena, N. Y. V'Ljrdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound in a wonderful medicine for expectant mothers." Mrs. A. M. MYERS, Gor- Mo. I highly recommend Lydiii E. Pinkham'e Veg- etable Compound before child-birth, it hns done so much for E. M. DOEBR, R. E. J, Con- aholiocken, Fa. "ItookLydisE. Pink- ham's Vfigctabln Com- pound to build up rny system and..have the baity girl in tho Mrs. MORE BLAKELEV, "I praise tlie Com- pound .whenever I hove 'a chance, ft did so much for me before my little girl Wfls.born." Mi'3. E. W. SANDERS, Rowlea- burg, W. Vn. your Com-. pound1 before baby was pnd. niy., Winter Havon, 1 Florida. BIIWIIS Macleod, June Honor Judge Jackson was- engaged diiririg the whole "of-yesterday hear- ing appeals against'the property as- sessment which were recently -turned down by the Court of .Revision. Grier, Mrs.- Malcolm McKen- zie, J.'Franklin, ami 'Mrs. C. N. Campbell, the appellants, Mr. Grier being represented by C. F. Harris, of Lothbridge, and the oth- ers by W. M. K. C. The main coritenlion. pf, the legal gentlemen was that the assessment was most unduly inflated and D. J. Grier on taking -the witness stand, stated he would be willing to ac- cept for a lot'on 2nd Avc., which was assessed at Other lots which he .'owned, he said, were assessed at -aad for these he would he willing to accept 5800. Various real estate men were called to give expert evidence on .the val- they all agreed; that "on the whole, -the assessment was just ah out double the actual cash values. A'tter hearing all the arguments his honor reserved judgment. S. Gray, of MacLeod and Gray, appeared for the town. Pfncher Creek, Alta., June ing the .high galo of Monday morning, -he citizens were aroused at 6 o'clock by the flrebell. That a quick scramble was mado For the scene of the fire will, bo-easily imagined. J. Johnson, of tho post office staff, on his 'way to wdrk, noticed tlie blaze lu tho second story of tho Waldorf Hotel. He quick- y "gave tho alarm, and while some dandy records are already hooked for the boys of our brgadc, tho Monday fire will make a new one. The Waldorf has been occupied by tlie Hepnor Bros., and this is the sec- ond fire to have been discovered on the premises in less than two weeks. Tho first one waa In the basement, and was put out before much damage was done. The second fire evidently originated in the bath room on the second floor, and, ter- rific 'wind, that the building was sav- ed, much less other surrounding buildings, is certain'iy marvellous. The west ?nd of the second floor i mtfrely gutted, and a portion of the roof burned through. It is reported that the Hepner Bros, were out, of town at the time of the fire. An in- vestigation as to its origin, however, s being The fire brigade were given a sec- ond run that morning at R o'clock, and it was a case of "do or die" with C. Simmons when he hastily hitched .tho P. Burns delivery wagon to the fire reel. "His noble steed proved-'worthy of his and the boys found and quickly quenched a small blaze in a manure pile, possib'iy ignited by spark from tho Waldorf fire. At the regular meeting of the Town Council on Monday night, the resigna- tion of Thomas Scott wae read and accepted. Mrs. (Dr.) J. E. Wright and little son, of Taber, are the guests of Mrs. A. L. Freebaim for a short time. Dr. J. B. Wright of Taber, accom- panied by Mr. Powell and Mr. Bwlng motored up to attend the Masonic oan- quet given by the local lodge on Wed- flesday evening. Mayor Dobbie went to Calgary on Wednesday to make arrangements for the selling of oil shares of the Pincher Creek Oil Refining Co- The School Board have undertaken a complete renovation of the public school. A steam heating1 plant is to be installed, also a drinking fountain. Both the interior and exterior is to be repainted. The contract for excava- tion and concrete work has been-let to Ashton Colclough. S. P. Hunter and family are now es- tablished, in their fine townV Messrs. John 'and Frarifi McFarlaiu of Yarro'w, passed through their way 10 atesnd the marriage'of Uie former to Miss Dora McKarrcK of Parkland. Miss McKarrel and Mr. Me 'Farland are both well known in tills district, so more of this anon. Mrs. Thomas Newton and daughter of Fishburn are guests oT Mrs. Sliead for a few days. Miss Bulyeaf- Bridges anil daughter of Crnubrook, B.C., .spout-" a couple of days in town this Krnile aiio" Gorrard- wlio liuve 'been attending coliege at .St Boniface, Man., returned ou Saturday last, and will spend their sumrr-er ya cation at their home ihere. Don't forget the big celebration .-to held here on Dominion Day. The fun 'will commence at 9.30 a.m., anc will continue all day. It s with a calithumpian parade The first prize is in cash; second, and for the best clown, Several firemen's contests wi'il be run off, as well as foot races of every gbn- ceivnble description, for which" a spleidid list of prizes have been ai ranged. The I.O.O.F.t'orass band will attendance, and there will be moving pictures at the Opera House 11 a.m. till 2 p.m. A big dance will take place In the evening, and a grand display ci fircwui-ks will be tbe wind- up of tlio 'big day. Be a sport, and let your patriotism have full swing on this, the day set apart to honor our fair Dominion. (Special to the1 lilaclcod, June A casn'.of rath- vr an unusual nature was ''heard by (Inspector father -Mib Bar- racks ttiis J. Uarha- by, a ivcll known larnier of tliis tlis- tnct, was charged' with putting 'poi- son on tho road allowance. Mr. Bar- nabj' has been receiving considerable from the gophers this sea- son, and with a view of ridding liim- xclf of these pests, placed tlio poison in question ouisidc his fpncc on tho road allowance. x' Some neighbors evidcjitly did not fail in with Mr., laudable e'rforls and promptly laid fin informa- tion against hipi. [nspecr, 'inrii.'ie, fiKi'k a lenient View "of t.lin orfnicc and allowed Mr. Hiininby to go un 'sus- WILL LEAVE MACLEOD CHURCH Macleod, Alia., June Rev. G. Hall, who for the past three years ,has held the poai KILLS THEM ALL! Sold by all Druggists .and, Gijocers .over Canada. Best Reason Why You Should DrinK COFFEE Is, JJecaisse Ycm Will LiRe It. CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL Special shipping arrangements, that will enable the exhibitors at the Cal- Eary fair, who Intend making tlm Win- nipeg fair, also, to take in the blggyit and beat exhibition In the south on have been made by tlio fair board directors. Special stock trains will leave Cal- gary for Lotftbrldge, immediately the klock is loaded after the Calgary fair, train's to make a quick run to Leth- bridge, only 128 mile's. At the closo of the Letbbridge fair on Tiluirsday evening, stock that Is entered' for the Winnipeg fair will bo loaded first, 'and arrangements have been made with the C.P.Ii. for fast through stock trains to the fail1 grounds in Winnipeg, these trains to make thj; nin in about forty hours, and: as the .Winnipeg fair directora have kindly consented to accept for exhibition stock coming from Leth- bridge un to Monday morning, July 13, ther.e is ample, time for exhibi- tors to..make Lethbrldge between Cal- gary and Winnipeg, and mako the lat- ter place in plenty of time. Intending exhibitors are reminded that entries .close on Thursday, July 2. Entry forms "may be secured by a postal request addressed to the secre- tary, 3. W. McNicol tlon of rector of Christ Churcb, has call from the Strathmore congregation, which he has decided to accept. No successor has as yet been named to fill the vacancy. SMRGRWTH PROMOTED all dust is carried up smoke pipe.'See the McClary dealer or write for booklejt., Sold by Geo. Dixon Co. London, June 26 -The Pnvv Coun cil cted judgment toua) in the British Columbia Electric Rl sus Vancouver tty and Navigation company The issue as to ther the Dommion ay Buardhad juriidlctnon to direct the appellants to pay part ot the cost of bridges over CErtim Vancouver streets The Privy 'Cdimfcil'in allowing the that i! the Board pos sessed an) such junsiliction it must %e derived from the statute uhlch The fundamental un decision of the Dominion Railway Board is that have con sidered ..thatvtno, fact. thatjhe rBritish Columbia 5160100 Railway would to neneflttet hv the gave the Board jurisdiction to make the rail way pay Hie cosf, or portipa there of Ihere is nothing in the Railway Act which gives 'anv such jurisdic tion DIRECTIONS: Make a parting and rub gently with Culicura Ointment. Continue until whole scalp has been gone over. Tlie next morning sham- poo with Cuticura-Sonp and hot water. Shampoos alone may be used as often as agreeable, but once or twice a month is generally suffi- cient for tlu's special treatment. CutleuraSoapanilOlatmeat arc anld throuacout It wo !J lib ril sample ol flicli.nllh 32-nnce booklet on Iho c.iro inrt treatment ol tns Eklannil Ecalp fientltost Irto Address Cory., llcpt. 1SK. Boston. U.S.A. JUDGMENT WILL' LIKELY BE IN TWO WEEKS Quebec, Juiie In about two weeks the judgnie.nt of the commis- sion which since June 1C has been investigating tlie sinking ot the steamship Empress of Ireland with the loss of more than a thousam lives, should :he known. The testi- mony is all in and this afternoon i was set aside for the summing up o counsel for the C P R., owners o the Empress Grt Saturday! .counsc foi the of the uollier. Stor which sank' the liner, will he hetrd as E I Newcombe, rep resbnfcirig the Dominion Govcrhmflnt Tliis :will bring the enquiry to' a close. It has 'been practically decide) Unit the commission will deliver its judgment 'in- Quebec. Canada's Best Flour FLOUR PliOM COAST TO COAST, AND ALL .THE IT MAKES AND KBBPB THIS RBPUTAT10N Ogilvie Fi'eur Mills Co. Ltd. Winnipeg Fort William Medicine Hat Montreal -Largest In tlio Brltlah capacity liarrels Millora to Hte Majenty the King MARLS LEAF POPULAR EMBLEN Oil Dominion Bay last year every passenger who entered a diiiing; car on-, -the C: 'P. R; received a innp'io gu car. mAfile, leaf enclosec' in a little box with a miniature Canadian ensigi ami, a, copy Maple Leaf For ei In the United States, each par ticiilar ITU it such as tlio orange, has Its daj and tho CPR ti Identify tlio Canadian Nationalhoil day: this typical Canadian, pro duct. The' Quebec, government was mncl interested In tlie idea, arid decided to elaborate it on a still more compre- hensive scale, Quebec being the prov iricer most Intimately connected wit! the "rrinple sugar industry. Jmleed, tho -'Jiigher standard of purity notice-! able in commercial maple sugar is largely due to the enlishtenod efforts of '-tbe Quebec Ministry of Agrloul- ture'. which directs three schools for j educating farmers In the best meth- ods of 'tapping, dlBtilliwf? and produc- ing the sugar. This year, therefore, tha Quebec government itself has tak- en ilx the 'Maple Day idea, ami is itsdlf providing mapic augar souvenirs to -passengers' served In dining cars on Canadian lines, iollowing the C.P.K. example. DUSTLESS--By and direct draft opening dust damper when damper shaking LETHBRIDGE FAIR July 7. Meat; May and Is Expensive! Some people may eat lots of meat without in- jury to their health, but it's hard on their pockets. Others should avoid meat almost entirely, yet they eat it pay in both health and purse. Either class will benefit by eating less meat and more Kellbgg's Toasted Corn Flakes. It-gives much more nourishment than its cost in meat, is infinitely more easy to quently better for you, Ankfor It's tiie original. 10 cents per package. 10 OblainaUi it. all Hittls end Rttall Slant. Distributors1 The Hudson's Bay Company. COFf EE and BAKING POWDER Has your morning-cup of a lull rieii unvor ftnd (lelioate-aroma? It not ask for BLUE RIBBON coffee when siving your next' order and notice the aineronoe. Yo'u he ngrcralily surprised.' Dluo Ribbon Ten, Coffee Baking I'oniloi, Spioos and extracts all ono ;